Nuba Mountains

  • Forgotten or ignored: the conflict in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains

    Mohamed Adam stared at the burnt rubble in front of him, oblivious to the heat of the noonday sun as he surveyed all his hard work, his home and food storage preparations, destroyed in a matter of minutes. A melted cassette can be seen peeping out of the ash...
  • Sudan, Rebel Forces Clash in Fighting Season’s Biggest Battles yet

    Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) are attempting to reach the rebel-held capital Kauda with multiple units moving west and north through South Kordofan State. As of March 30, fighting continued in Karkaria, Um Dorain County, one of the main routes westwards to Kauda, according to Nuba Reports journalists. Fighting is also...
  • The Hidden Genocide

    There is a genocide happening in Sudan, precisely in the Nuba Mountains, and the world is ignoring it. A few days ago, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof shared a video where he and his colleague Adam B Ellick documented the situation in the Nuba Mountains in Sudan, where he has been...
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